A ranger has told of staff's excitement after a rare albino squirrel set up home at a Warwickshire waterway.
The ghost-white squirrel has been spotted at Draycote Water, near Rugby, in recent weeks - and the ranger has finally managed to capture it on camera.
We’ve been all of a flutter since the ghostly white squirrel was spotted at Draycote Water.
Visitors were reporting sightings of the albino rodent, but as with spectres it was proving difficult to capture on camera.
Because of its white colouring it does standout against the autumnal colours here, but it moves so fast, photographing it was very difficult
Just before Halloween, we can’t believe that this rare rodent has made Draycote Water its new haunt.
We hope that it will stay around for the half term holidays so that all of the local children can have a chance to see it.
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